Conserved ecosystems act as natural carbon sinks and can help mitigate the impacts of climate change by storing carbon dioxide. They also play a role in adapting to climate change by preserving genetic diversity within species.
Overall, the conservation of African animals is not just about protecting individual species; it’s about safeguarding entire ecosystems and the multitude of benefits they provide to humanity and the planet as a whole. It requires collaborative efforts from governments, non-governmental organizations, local communities, and the international community to make a meaningful and lasting impact.
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